Jobs of the week: Goldman Sachs, CalPERS, Prudential, Cantor Fitzgerald are hiring

Goldman Sachs is seeking a vice president to join its New York-based equity capital markets group. The hire will be part of a group that originates, structures and executes equity, convertible and equity derivative financings and solutions for clients. Candidates should have at least five years of relevant experience. They should also have a long-term interest in investment banking and the financial markets.

CalPERS is seeking to hire a private equity portfolio manager at its Sacramento headquarters. Duties include evaluating performance of legacy partnerships and co-investments. The hire also will lead investment strategies to monetize investments that include secondary sales and monthly calling efforts. CFA is desired. The monthly salary ranges from $11,666.66 to $17,500.00.

Prudential is looking for a senior associate of funds and secondaries for its alternative assets group. The hire will work closely with portfolio managers to optimize Prudential’s private equity portfolio. He or she also will aid portfolio managers in the evaluation and diligence of secondary fund buy/sell opportunities. Applicants should have six plus years of investment experience. An MBA is required.

Also, Prudential is recruiting for a private equity associate. In this position, the associate will aid portfolio managers in all aspects of investment sourcing, underwriting and diligence process for primary fund investments and co-investments. He or she should have five plus years of investment experience and two plus years experience in private equity funds. Deadline for application for both positions is January 31.

Cantor Fitzgerald is seeking to hire a investment banking associate. The hire will be responsible for originating and facilitating the underwriting of new leveraged finance/cash flow loans supporting LBOs, recapitalizations, acquisitions and refinancings. An MBA is preferred. Applicants should have a minimum of 10 years of experience.

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